Stop Cyber Threats before they Stop You. Elevate your security with intelligent, powerful, enterprise-grade endpoint security for all your devices.
Why is Endpoint Security More Than a Nice to Have?
As the world shifts to a remote or hybrid work model, more users are working from anywhere, from any device, than at any time in history, and attackers are quickly adjusting their tactics to take advantage of this change.
Businesses have been left weighing the benefits of enabling BYOD (allowing their end-users to access corporate resources that traditionally required VPN or on-premises access) against the increased risk of the same users unintentionally installing ransomware or other malware while performing non-work-related functions on their personal devices.
By enabling BYOD using a Zero Trust model, enterprises can reduce provisioning costs and avoid additional hardware purchases for work-from-home use, but they need to be able to protect their corporate assets on these devices, while still allowing the users to perform non-work functions on these same devices.
According to Microsoft Security Blog, 5 billion threats are detected on devices monthly
Every Layer of Your Business Deserves Protection
With a fully-fledged endpoint security solution in place, you can safeguard your organization against these security threats:
Ensure Your Peace of Mind with Endpoint Security
Even the most secure enterprises can be penetrated, but by the same token, even the most talented and resourceful hackers can be defeated. The way to do this is to put impediments in their way at every step.
At the endpoint, you do this by managing the device thoroughly from the beginning of the lifecycle, removing privileges not needed by the user, applying updates to all levels of software promptly, and encrypting data both in transit and at rest.
Boost Your Endpoint Security with a Managed Service Provider
You need a trusted expert to manage your security landscape after your initial deployment. By enlisting the services of an MSP, you can enable continuous security improvement through the following mechanisms:
A Modern Blueprint for Endpoint Protection
Are the security precautions you have in place today sufficient to stop cyber threats in your organization?
What Should Your Cybersecurity Framework Include?
The first step is to identify existing cyber touchpoints in your organization. Touchpoints are areas that could be at risk, including:
- IT assets
Overcome Your Security Challenges Today
Threat and Vulnerability Management
Prioritize and focus on the weaknesses that pose the most urgent and the highest risk to your business. By discovering, prioritizing, and remediating software vulnerabilities and misconfigurations you can proactively build a secure foundation for your environment.
Attack Surface Reduction
Reduces your attack surface (places that your company is vulnerable to cyberattacks) across your devices and applications using capabilities such as ransomware mitigation, application control, web protection, network protection, network firewall, and attack surface reduction rules.
Helps to prevent and protect against threats at your front door with antimalware and antivirus protection—on your devices and in the cloud.
Endpoint detection and Response (EDR)
Get behavioral-based detection and response alerts allowing you to identify persistent threats and remove them from your environment. Manual response actions within Defender for Business will allow you to take action on processes and files, while live response will put you in direct control of a device to help ensure it’s remediated, secured, and ready to go.
API's and Integration
Automate workflows and integrate security data into your existing security platforms and reporting tools. For example, you can pull detections from Defender for Business into your security information and event management tool.